شخير, غطيطخرخر, غط, شخر
Noun(1) the rattling noise produced when snoring(2) the act of snoring or producing a snoring sound
Verb(1) breathe noisily during one's sleep
(1) Does the patient snore heavily or stop breathing during sleep?(2) From the couch came only a faint snore .(3) One day he fell asleep on a sunbed but did not snore .(4) I heard a soft snore coming from the living room.(5) The joint interview is a snore - informative but pretty boring.(6) Matt let out an abnormally large snore and I imagined myself smothering him with his own pillow.(7) A loud snore suddenly filled the room and Tomas leaped back and tripped over a dusty, plastic covered chair.(8) When he finally started to snore lightly, Heather unzipped her sleeping bag noiselessly.(9) she sings a version of ├ö├ç┬úPassionate Kisses├ö├ç├ÿ that's a certified snore(10) He let out a small snore , his mouth hanging open.(11) His head was leaning back, and every time he breathed a snore would erupt from his nostrils.(12) she sings a version of ├ö├ç├┐Passionate Kisses├ö├ç├û that's a certified snore(13) Brandon let out a loud snore to which they all laughed.(14) I heard a loud snore coming from the room next door and remembered that I was in Gabby's house.(15) Forty-five per cent of normal adults snore at least occasionally, and 25 per cent are habitual snorers .(16) Adam told me the other day that I was snoring , but at first he thought it was our phone ringing.
(1) to snore :: الشخير
2. stertor ::
3. saw wood ::
Different Formssnore, snored, snores, snoring
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